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Carter, Connie
Casanova, Arnel
Gopalakrishnan, Shankar
Harada Hiroki
Harding, Andrew
Krusekopf, Charles
Likosky, Michael
Muchlinski, Peter
Nogami Natsu
Park Nohyoung
Tey Tsun Hang
Vaddhanaphuti, Chayan
Xu Feng

Harding, Andrew J.
Professor of Law
University of Victoria

Andrew Harding received his MA (Oxon) in 1974, his LL.M. (Singapore) in 1984, and his PhD (Monash) in 1987. He joined University of Victoria's Faculty of Law and the Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives in 2004, where he holds the Chair in Asia-Pacific Legal Relations. He is currently teaching two courses in the Faculty of Law: Asia-Pacific Comparative Law, and Law, Governance and Development. He is also currently the co-General Editor of Hart Publishing's Series 'Constitutional Systems of the World'.

Professor Harding is a former Head of Department and Professor of Law in the Law Department at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, and Chair of SOAS' Centre of South East Asian Studies, having previously taught at the Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore and as a Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School. He co-founded and has served as General Editor of Kluwer/ Martinus Nijhoff's London-Leiden Series on Law, Governance and Development.His interests are in South East Asian legal studies, comparative public law, law and development, comparative law theory and environmental law. His recent publications include Law, Government and the Constitution in Malaysia (1996), and Comparative Law in the 21st Century (2002).